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BEBack End
BEBlack English
BEBreak Even
BEBasic Event
BEBritish English
BEBuild Environment
BEBad Environment
BEBill of Exchange
BEBit Error
BEBreak and Enter
BEBright Eyes (band)
BEBlock Error
BEBusiness Engineering
BEBritish Empire
BEBest Effort (DOCSIS 1.1)
BEBelgium
BEBelow or Equal
BEback extension (gymnastics)
BEBreast Expansion
BEBorder Element
BEBrilliant Eyes
BEBasic Encyclopedia (searching tool)
BEBasic Encyclopedia
BEBase Excess (measure of metabolic acid level in blood)
BEBoard Eligible
BEBudget Execution
BEBachelor of Education
BEBachelor of Engineering
BEBinding Energy
BEBelly Expansion
BEBasis of Estimate
BEBudget Estimate
BEBest Estimate
BEBandwidth Expansion
BEBackup Exec (Symantec Inc.)
BEBlood Elf (World of Warcraft)
BEBern (Berne; Suisse Canton)
BEBand Elimination
BEBlizzard Entertainment (game company)
BEBeyond Einstein
BEBern (Swiss Canton and Capital)
BEBucket Elevator
BEBelow Elbow (amputation)
BEBiomedical Engineering
BEBeyond Emulation
BEBuddhist Era (Thai Calendar; western year plus 543)
BEBeneficiary (IRB)
BEBeta Epsilon (fraternity; University of the Philippines)
BEBoron/Epoxy
BEBusiness Excellence
BEBaume Scale (hydrometer scale)
BEBest Effort (SBNS 8.8)
BEBarrett's Esophagus
BEBarium Enema
BEBest Evaluator (Toastmasters)
BEBeryllium
BEBloco de Esquerda (Portugal)
BEBearingPoint, Inc. (NYSE symbol)
BEBacterial Endocarditis
BEBioequivalence
BEBrevet d'État
BEBioelectronics
BEBloco de Esquerda (Left Block, Political Party, Portugal)
BEBeriev (Soviet aircraft designer)
BEBenzoylecgonine
BEBible Explorer
BEExcess Burst Size
BEBordereau d'Expédition (Franch: waybill)
BEBentwood Elementary School (Kansas)
BEBroteinheit (German: diabetes indicator)
BEBrohltalbahn
BEBaha'i Era (Baha'i Calendar)
BEBus Extended
BEBranch on Equal
BEBevel End
BEBasophilic Erythroblast
BEBase Ejection
BEBleriot Experimental (aviation)
BEBurst Excess
BEBombing Encyclopedia
BEBostonEventworks
BEBaltimore and Eastern Railroad Company
BEBankers Edition (Ellie Mae loan origination software)
BEBattlefield Encyclopedia
BEBacillen Emulsion
BEBachelor of Microelectronic Engineering
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Burling's theory allows for Africanist roots to Black English while simultaneously suggesting the inevitable influences of the English of white speakers upon black speakers of English.
However, for DeBose, the discussion of Standard Black English focuses on the "autonomous grammar" of the dialect.
Instead, the 17-page report calls for better language and reading programs, additional tests to measure the language skills of students who speak black English and expansion of the Standard English Proficiency program.
The treatment of Balotelli - a son of Ghanaian immigrants who was adopted by an Italian family - is reminiscent of the chilling abuse that black English players were subjected to back in Viv's day: monkey chants, bananas being thrown on to pitches, and threats of violence.
hip you to that, you dig); focus on linguistic and cultural expression; bridging children from BE to SE; stories provided authentic representations of Black English, black life and black culture.
Blacks in America sing or speak an African American or Black English.
Boudreaux first introduced her proposals in January, shortly after the Oakland school system formally recognized black English - or ebonics - as a separate language.
Don't give me any silliness about Black English or African roots.
Ten years ago, at a symposium on Black English and the Education of Black Children and Youth, James Baldwin charged, "The brutal truth is that the bulk of the white people in America never had any interest in educating black people, except as this could serve white purposes.
Ince would become the first black English manager in the Premier League and Alexander said: "This is significant because people will read something into it.
He'll never forget the sickening noises which started up every time he, or any another black English player, touched the ball.
1992) "The effects of Black English on stereotyping in intraracial perceptions".